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Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 staff

Remove your mask: Seeing your colleagues for the first time

|April 8th, 2020|

Despite being separated from colleagues by many miles, a contingent workforce professional feels more connected with them amid the Covid-19 quarantine, she writes in The Staffing Stream, because they’ve dropped their corporate masks.
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Crossing the divide: Lessons from a CW manager

|April 1st, 2020|

A contingent workforce professional with experience across the ecosystem offers her perspective on how suppliers can better serve and partner with programs like hers.

How to manage your team while social distancing

|March 25th, 2020|

It’s challenging enough to manage yourself in quarantine, not to mention managing a team, writes Timothy R. Clark in a Harvard Business Review blog post, offering recommendations for supporting continued learning and the emotional well-being of your employees.
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2020 Best Staffing Firms to Work For

|March 25th, 2020|

Staffing firm employees who love their company typically boast of work-hard atmospheres that encourage personal investment in their work and each other. Their devotion carries through to service of clients as well as the candidates they place. Hear the stories of the 2020 Best Staffing Firms to Work For.
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Navigating the working-from-home terrain

|March 18th, 2020|

Successful remote work requires a considered setup and approach. An SIA analyst shares her experiences in navigating the terrain to help you stay productive and healthy in a post in The Staffing Stream.
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USCIS H-1B denial ‘improper,’ judge rules

|March 11th, 2020|

A federal judge ruled US Citizenship and Immigration Services improperly denied an H-1B petition after the agency claimed the position did not qualify as a “specialty occupation,” Forbes reported.
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On demand with a twist

|March 11th, 2020|

A platform that aggregates top tech talent from smaller firms, collects valuable data points on each specialist and enables existing teams to work together.
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Term limits have little benefit when adopted to avoid co-employment

|February 12th, 2020|

How long someone has been engaged is almost never very important in deciding whether co-employment exists in a particular case.
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Digital credential checking: A review of blockchain-based solutions

|February 5th, 2020|

A report discusses the benefits and challenges of digital credentialing, enabling readers to make informed decisions on this emerging blockchain-based ecosystem.
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Farm to pay $600,000 in back wages to settle H-2A complaint

|January 29th, 2020|

A farm in North Carolina will pay $600,000 in back wages to nine local farm workers who alleged they were paid wages lower than temporary foreign workers in the H-2A visa program, The Wake Weekly reports.
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